Previous slide
Next slide

Meals on Wheels – BHC receives social isolation grant

Funding will help bridge gaps and expand social connection offerings for older adults  BULLHEAD CITY – Meals on Wheels-Bullhead City has announced that it has received $10,000 from Meals on Wheels America, the national leadership organization supporting community-based programs across the U.S. dedicated to addressing senior hunger and isolation, to help reduce social isolation and […]

Pounds gets prison time for role in child abuse case

KINGMAN – Blinding one of the eyes of a local teenager results in an 8.75-year prison term for a Kingman man. The sentence that Mohave County Superior Court judge Derek Carlisle ordered Thursday, Sept. 21 for Richard Pounds was the maximum punishment possible under terms of a plea agreement convicting him of aggravated assault. The […]

The Magician of Lake Havasu City

LAKE HAVASU CITY – Do you believe in magic?  If you don’t, you may after seeing a Jim Bodine show.   Bodine’s magic show As Real as it Gets is back in Lake Havasu City for the fall season. Bodine developed an interest in magic at the age of ten. As a child, Bodine’s grandfather would […]

Officer killed in traffic crash

BULLHEAD CITY – The Bullhead City Police Department has announce that Monday morning, Sept. 25, Bullhead City Police Officer Belarmino Diaz, was killed in a two vehicle off-duty traffic collision on Aztec Road. The investigation is being handled by the Fort Mojave Tribal Police Department.  

Arizona county elections leader who promoted voter fraud conspiracies resigns

BISBEE, Ariz. (AP) –The elections director of a rural Arizona county who pushed false claims that voter fraud was behind President Donald Trump’s 2020 election loss is resigning five months after being hired. Bob Bartelsmeyer submitted his resignation last Friday and announced he would return to his previous job as elections director in La Paz […]

Veterans softball league starts Sept. 30

LAKE HAVASU CITY – Come out and show your support for local veterans at the Echo Band of Brothers softball grand opening at SARA Park on Saturday, Sept. 30. It’s all thanks to the Havasu Youth Advisory Council (HYAC). HYAC is an organization that is dedicated to helping youths explore their dreams and ambitions. It’s […]

3rd Annual Kingman Route 66 Fest:

A Spectacular Celebration of America’s Main Street! KINGMAN – Get ready to rev up your engines and immerse yourself in a unique experience because the Third Annual Kingman Route 66 Fest is unlike any other event on the Mother Road! This year’s fest promises to be a one-of-a-kind celebration of the upcoming Route 66 Centennial, […]

The fight over Arizona’s shipping container border wall ends with

PHOENIX (AP) – Two federal lawsuits filed over former Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s decision last year to place thousands of shipping containers along the U.S.- Mexico border have been dismissed after the state said it would pay the U.S. Forest Service $2.1 million to repair environmental damage. The Sept. 15 dismissal of the cases in […]

Detectives honored 9/11

Detective Chaun Williams with the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office once again participated in the 9/11 Tower Challenge, which is an annual event honoring the fallen heroes of September 11, 2001. This event was held at the Northern Arizona University campus in Flagstaff on Sept. 11. This is Detective Williams’ fifth time participating in this annual […]

KRW to host Horne, Meisner

KINGMAN – Kingman Republican Women (KRW) will host Thomas Horne on Monday, October 2 at their general meeting which is open to the public.  Horne is the State Superintendent of Pubic Instruction.  After 24 years as a school board member and four years as a legislator, Horne served as the elected Superintendent of Public instruction […]

Classified Ads are free for private party line ads
Commercial line ads are $5 per week for up to 60 characters, including spaces.
Please call or submit your contact information for pricing on Classified Display ads 928-753-1143